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An exceptional way to get a quick historical overview of El Salvador and Central America. It is dated in both it's presentation and upkeep, but ... Inexpensive. Broad range of topics. Clean. Good location.
Thankfully it was a cloudy day for the 2.3km walk south from our Morrison Hotel.
After stowing our backpack and paying $3 each, we entered the main Hall of Migration with a multitude of exhibits: Indigenous settlement showcasing ceramics from a variety of archeological sites,...More
This museum covers in a good way most of the history of El Salvador. They have a Xipe Totec sculpture that I just love.
IMO, the last floor, dedicated to Monseñor Romero, is too much information on a single character. However, to each its own.
If you don't know much about the history and settlement of El Salvador this is an great place to start beginning with first precolombian settlers up through newer immigrants coming from Italy and the Middle East. There is also an excellent exhibition of recent and...More
Having been disappointed by many museums in the past, I didn't expect much... But I was pleasantly surprised by this one! When I arrived, at 4pm on a Sunday afternoon, I was the only one there (it felt a bit surreal). As I wandered into...More